This page contains an overview of Drexel Libraries Course Reserves Services
Textbooks and Suggested Reading Material
Drexel University Libraries maintains a collection of both library owned textbooks and instructor personal textbooks behind the circulation desk at each of our locations. Required texts are not kept in these collections unless requested by a course instructor. Instructors can find more information on how to make such a request here.
Drexel University Libraries maintains a collection of electronic reserves materials including journal articles and books owned by the libraries, scanned books chapters, and streaming video. This content is accessed by students and instructors via BlackBoard Learn. Instructors can find more information on how to add electronic content to their course shells here.
Drexel University Libraries Reserves staff can convert DVDs and VHS tapes to streaming media files on request by instructors. Streaming media is available only to students enrolled in the course for which it was requested, during the term for which it was requested.
For more information, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have any questions about these new processes, you may also contact a reserves staff member. Thank you for your patience!